UPDATE: Parkersburg woman sentenced to 1 year in jail for role in drive-by shooting

PARKERSBURG, W.Va. (WTAP) - UPDATE: 11/2/2017 9 A.M.

A Parkersburg woman pleaded guilty and was sentenced to a year in jail on Wednesday for her role in a drive-by shooting in March.

Chasity Gibson, 25, pleaded guilty in Wood County Circuit Court to a misdemeanor charge of accessory after the fact to wanton endangerment involving a firearm.

She is to serve her sentence at the North Central Regional Jail.

Gibson was originally supposed to be in court in October, but she failed to appear and a warrant was issued for her arrest.

The shooting happened in the area of 7th Avenue and Parmaco Street in south Parkersburg.

A spokesman for the Wood County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office says Gibson is among five defendants charged in the case.

The spokesman says a warrant has been issued for Michael Morris, who's charged with two counts of wanton endangerment and felony conspiracy.


10/05/2017

A capias for Chasity Gibson's arrest is issued after she fails to show up for a plea and sentencing hearing for a March shooting incident in Parkersburg.


9/25/2017

A woman charged in a drive-by shooting that happened in March in Parkersburg has been sentenced.

Brenda Bailey, 46, was sentenced Monday morning in Wood County Circuit Court to four years of probation for her guilty plea to the charge of conspiracy to commit wanton endangerment involving a firearm.

Albert Chute, 21, and Chasity Gibson, 24, both of Parkersburg, were each arrested and charged with wanton endangerment with a firearm in the same case.

All three people were arrested on March 30, after Parkersburg Police say officers responded to reports of gunfire in the area of 7th Avenue and Parmaco St. in south Parkersburg.

Investigators confirmed the group fired at least one shot out of a car window toward a home on the 800 block of Locust Street, allegedly to scare a person they knew, whom they believed was inside the home.

The complaints says witness provided information on a suspect vehicle.

West Virginia State Police Troopers found that vehicle, a silver Mitsubishi, and another vehicle, a gold Dodge Neon, along with all 3 suspects, in the parking lot of the 14th Avenue Gospel Mission Church in Parkersburg.



 
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